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Best Tips For Dads To Bond With Their New Born Baby



Best Tips For Dads To Bond With Their New Born Baby

Hello Everyone,

A lot of articles we have covered here speak a lot about mothers and their new born babies. As to how “the bond” develops within few moments of child birth. The bond definitely feels surreal and we also happened to discuss a lot about how the overwhelming feeling of motherhood actually is for any new mother.

Well, today it is a little different but yet extremely important topic we are going to discuss. It is for all the new dads out there. For all those men who one fine day mature from the inside as soon as they discover they are going to become father. But the feeling of being a father and actually holding your new born baby is definitely incomparable.

Best Tips For Dads To Bond With Their New Born Baby

Why is it essential?

For a baby’s all round development and safe childhood, it is essential that the new born baby shares a unique bond of trust & affection from both the parents and not only the mother. Nature has already endowed all the mothers the unique joy of giving birth. And adding to that is the act of breastfeeding which is the ultimate bond for any mother out there. Even if some mothers don’t breast-feed, they still have carried the baby inside their body for close to 8-9 months which itself connects them for a lifetime.

Well, enough on the emotional part. Here are some easy and practical tips for all the new dads to bond with their new born babies. It is also great if you are a single or not a single dad but wish to experience fatherhood as closely as possible.

New age dads equally share the responsibilities of a new born baby, unlike the other generations who got scared just holding a baby. 😉

Bonding with the New born

The bonding we are talking about is naturally inhibited in both the parents irrespective of the gender. For both parents the baby is precious. And it is both of them who can go to any extent to protect the baby when the times call. It is often said that moms are naturally born with instincts or sixth sense and are overly protective for their babies but it equally applies to the fathers too. It is just that the society accepts mothers mostly in these roles and not the fathers.

Best Tips For Dads To Bond With Their New Born

Anyway, dads should make sure to shuffle day to day activities of their infant child and take turns in feeding, nursing & bathing the child which will make the child too affectionate towards them. It is also a great way make them feel the protective embrace of a father since early infancy.

Stroke/ cuddle your new born

New dads should try to soothe their crying infants, cuddle them and let them have an intimate skin to skin bonding to make them acquainted with the other parent who is as important as the mother.

Make eye contact

Make sure to spend some quality time with your baby. If you are a father, sing a lullaby, and have a conversation while making eye contact with your new born. This is will make them understand your voice and they will respond to it as they grow. The bond developed during this time is as strong as anything.

best tips for dads to bond

Wear your baby

Baby wearing is another way to bond with your babies and let them have the nurturing embrace of your body. Take turns while wearing/ carrying your baby in a sling. You can also take them for long walks in a pram/ stroller as a daily activity.

Read to your new born

Make it a habit to read something to your baby. It is a healthy habit and they will catch so many things with this daily quality time they spend with their father.

Try to understand baby’s echo & coos

Baby’s are naturally very intelligent and they signal differently for their needs. Like when they are hungry you can tell it if you keenly observe their echos. For a diaper change the cry for help is differently pitched. Moms too notice these things over a period of time and then they can exactly tell the reason for their baby’s cry.

I hope you find this information useful enough to share with any of your acquaintances who recently embraced fatherhood.



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